How Many Female Horses Have Won The Triple Crown?

No filly has ever won the Triple Crown.

Only two female thoroughbreds have captured the Belmont since, however.

(In fact, only 22 fillies have ever competed in the event.) Three fillies have won the Kentucky Derby, and five, the most recent being Rachel Alexandra in 2009, have won the Preakness.

How many fillies have won the Belmont Stakes?

Fillies in the Belmont Stakes. The last filly to run in the Belmont Stakes was Rags to Riches in 2007 who won! In the 144 runnings of the Belmont Stakes, there have been only 22 fillies that have competed in the event. Three of these have won the race: Ruthless (1867), Tanya (1905), and Rags to Riches (2007).

How many Triple Crowns did secretariat win?

Secretariat (March 30, 1970 – October 4, 1989) was an American Thoroughbred racehorse who, in 1973, became the first Triple Crown winner in 25 years. His record-breaking victory in the Belmont Stakes, which he won by 31 lengths, is widely regarded as one of the greatest races of all time.

Who are the 13 Triple Crown winners in horse racing?

Get to Know All 13 U.S. Triple Crown Winners

  • Sir Barton (1919 Triple Crown winner)
  • Gallant Fox (1930)
  • Omaha (1935)
  • War Admiral (1937)
  • Count Fleet (1943)
  • Assault (1946)
  • Citation (1948)
  • Secretariat (1973)

What fillies have won the Kentucky Derby?

Winning Colors (1988), Genuine Risk (1980) and Regret (1915) are the only fillies to win the Kentucky Derby. Each raced against males in advance of running in the Kentucky Derby. Winning Colors and Genuine Risk are the only two fillies to compete in all three Triple Crown races.